Internet search large Google has reportedly killed its AR-based Measure app.
According to a report by Android Police, the app is not listed for accounts that didn’t beforehand have it. Further, for individuals who downloaded it no less than as soon as earlier than and subsequently have it of their app library, the itemizing now states, ”This app is not supported and won’t be up to date. Users who beforehand put in this app can proceed to apply it to suitable gadgets.”
The report additionally provides that the present launch is the “last model,” implying that no extra updates might be rolled out for the app.
To recall, the Measure app was launched again in 2016 and made use of the telephone’s digital camera on ARCore-supported gadgets to measure the size of issues.
Google up to now has not formally introduced something in regards to the Measure app.
Earlier this yr in March, Google discontinued its most reasonably priced VR headset — Google Cardboard. The Cardboard VR headset is not obtainable after 5 years of its first launch.
“We are not promoting Google Cardboard on the Google Store. We will proceed to assist the group construct new experiences by means of our Cardboard open supply challenge,” a message on the Google Store web page stated.
Before that, again in December final yr, Google introduced that it’s shutting down its 3D object library and platform Poly. “Poly might be shut down on June 30, 2021,” the corporate stated on its assist web page.